After a long wait, the women’s IPL is now very close to being fully organised. This year, along with the men’s IPL, the BCCI will also organize the women’s IPL. In this league, many women cricket players will be seen shining with their cricketing skills. But, before that, today we will tell you the names of those 4 Indian women players, who can be in demand like MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli in the IPL auction. He can get at least 1 to 3 crore rupees. Who are these women players, let’s know…
The first name in this list is that of explosive batsman and Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur. There is no doubt that everyone would want to have Harmanpreet Kaur in their team. This player has scored 2831 runs in T20 format so far. Captain Kaur’s best score has been 103 runs. In such a situation, the eyes of all the teams will definitely be on him.
A big bidding war can be seen in the IPL auction of Indian team’s star opener Smriti Mandhana. Mandhana has scored a total of 2572 runs in 108 T20 matches. He has 19 fifties to his name. Apart from this, being a part of the women’s Big Bash League, she has a lot of experience of it. In such a situation, there will be a lot of demand for them in the auction.
18-year-old Shafali Verma has earned a lot of name in the world of cricket in a very short time. He will also be in high demand in the upcoming IPL auction. Shefali is called Virender Sehwag of the Indian women’s team.
Renuka Singh Thakur
Everyone would like to take swing queen Renuka Singh Thakur to their team in the upcoming auction. Renuka Singh has won the hearts of cricket fans with her pace and swing. This player is the one who gives the opposition the initial shock by moving the ball, so all eyes will be on her.
Let us tell you that the BCCI has not announced any date regarding the women’s IPL. Apart from this, nothing has been clarified about the participating franchises. But, according to media reports, there will be an auction for the women’s IPL in the month of February. In documents sent to Indian players, the BCCI has asked both capped and uncapped cricketers to register online to be entered in the player auction register, the deadline for which has been set at 5 pm on January 26.